Urban geography has always dealt with the Chicago school, but more recently the Los Angeles school has introduced new elements of reflection and strengthened the more geographical component. However, whereas the Chicago school is now considered for its historical relevance, there remains to be seen how the aftermath of the L.A. school is deploying now. Comparative urbanism and the debate on the Global South are suggesting new developments for critical urban studies.This already complex framework must be considered in the peculiar Italian situation. After decades of relations with French and German theories, in recent years Italian urban geography has also begun to confront Anglo-Saxon urban studies, while realizing that certain statements could not be easily applied to the Italian situation. What can be the prerequisites for building a real strand of critical urban geography in Italy, then?
|Numero di pagine||22|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|